Technology News Archive - June 02, 2008
Although Sonyâ€™s Blu-ray DVD format claimed victory over its largest competitor, Toshibaâ€™s HD DVD in February, experts say that it may take time and a major price reduction for consumers to jump on board.
By Adam Crisp, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Tenn. Jun. 2--Prostitutes, pimps and johns are the target of a Chattanooga Web site aimed at reducing streetwalkers in the city's Main Street corridor.
Research team's work with brain scans and computational modeling an important breakthrough in understanding the brain and developing new computational tools
Computers of the future will change shape, respond to touch and physics, and fold into your pocket, says Queen's professor.
Time Warner Cable Inc plans to offer an overall home networking system that will allow subscribers to easily bring Internet video to their televisions, according to Chief Executive Glenn Britt.
National Lampoon, Inc. (AMEX: NLN), the most widely recognized brand in comedy, today announced that it has acquired the college comedy script "Frat Chance" from the founder/creator of DrunkUniversity.com, Sam Elhag and his writing partner Rex Perez.
Technology buyers are likely to focus on smaller, low-cost PCâ€™s at the worldâ€™s second largest computer fair being held this week in Tapei. A slow U.S. economy is forcing consumers to cut back on spending.
A new processor line-up from Nvidia Corp hopes to spawn a new class of fast, small devices with long battery life that can surf the full Internet, play high-end games and display high-definition video.